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Saadat Tahir
Saadat Tahir Islamabad. / Pakistan, Male, 46
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Saadat Tahir's last comments on poems and poets

  • POEM: Our Secret Garden by The Princess is (1/25/2015 11:48:00 PM)

    sensuous and intense… intimacy blooming flower like
    allegorical and well conceived

    nice

    liked

  • POEM: I Belonged To You, You Belonged To Me by Preitty Nayarr (1/18/2015 9:49:00 AM)

    romantic sensuous and potent...
    engulfed with musk... the lines drip with sweet longing

    well bitter sweet....makes for a better term.

    nice

    liked

  • POEM: A Foreigner in the Midland by Cigeng Zhang (1/17/2015 1:55:00 AM)

    i agree with my friend poet Daniel only partly... :)
    the broken porcelain is an allusion to a broken spirit/heart/person, who he helps rehabilitate in the rustic/simple settings...

    and the sun is glinting in the travelers eyes....who is likened to an eagle who saw froma distance and came in to be there...
    the observer shows keen interest in the glint/look of the traveler.
    a deeply romantic and allegorical poem, great compression a masterly short poem

    beautiful
    liked

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Saadat Tahir's comments on forums

  • Saadat Tahir (6/12/2014 4:00:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply

    a nice tribute to a 'phenomenal woman"
    what else to call her

    i liked your lines, and could barely digest the unkind remarks by another reader. At least that reader could have run a spell check on his/her comment.
    Maybe then it would have been palatable.

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